Fresh produce available for the Tri-Community area

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POWWOW distribution in Oracle.

  On Saturday, May 30, residents of Oracle, San Manuel, Mammoth and Dudleyville are invited to take part in the produce event sponsored by Oracle Community Learning Garden and SaddleBrooke Rotary Club. Organizers are asking for a contribution of $6 for a box of fresh produce. Please order only one box per household as supplies are limited. 

  The event will be held at the Oracle Justice Court on Justice Court Dr. in Oracle. Volunteers will place your box in the car for you. Distribution will be from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

  You are encouraged to pre-pay to assure your box is reserved. Starting Monday, May 25, you can go to the Oracle Community Learning Garden Facebook page and click the link to PayPal. Your order will be charged a $1 service fee for a total of $7. The cutoff date to order a produce box will be 2 p.m. on Friday, May 29, 2020. 

  Only a certain number of boxes will be available for pre-pay so that people who cannot pay online can pay in cash or by check when they pick up the produce. If you try to pay via PayPal and are unable, it means we have already met our limit for pre-paid boxes. You can still come to the event and pay cash/check. 

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